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85% of what we know is learned through listening. 45% of our work days are spent listening. We take in and retain only about a quarter of that. Combine those statistics with the fact that only 2% of professionals have taken formal listening training and a huge gap becomes evident in our working world. Our goal is to close that gap.
Good listening requires practice, time, and space. The good news is that It's worth every minute spent on it. Study after study shows that high-quality listening practices have some of the highest ROI of any professional skills you might invest in, giving you access to deeper understanding, collaboration and creativity.
In this 2h workshop, you will...
In the extended version of this workshop, you will also...
Note: This set of outcomes can be customized for your group, budget and time allocation.
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Every single session was meticulously planned through and through. Without noticing it, I would be effortlessly pushed into exploring a new side of my personality, my communication style or how I relate to others. It was definitely a memorable experience.
Ghiyom T. - Development - Riot Games
Great workshop. I learned new techniques to better listen, help people work through problems and convey my attention. I also enjoyed talking and getting to know my colleagues in this setting.
Tess J. - Sr Data Scientist - Wall Street Journal
The workshop illustrated how the listening and attention "muscles" feel when they are engaged. Highly recommended.
Max F. - Distinguished SWE - Wall Street Journal
In addition to offering dedicated workshops and programs for teams, we hold regular sessions that are open to individuals.
If you'd be interested in participating as an individual, let us know...
When you are listening to somebody, completely, attentively, then you are not only listening to the words, but also to the feeling of what is being conveyed, to the whole of it, not part of it.
TJ & Dave